We already wrote article about hair regrow with guava leaves. Now we  will present you another way how to save your hair.

Hair loss is a common problem which can affect men and women alike. Even though men don’t like to admit it, they are embarrassed by the condition as much as women are. There are a number of cosmetic products on the market which promise amazing result but often fail to do anything but make us frustrated. Not only are they expensive and ineffective but they’re also loaded with chemicals, so that’s why it’s best to try a natural product instead.


The following home remedy is really effective and simple and uses an ingredient which we all have at home – salt. Salt is very effective for stimulating hair growth because it improves blood circulation and stops the sebum production.

How to perform the treatment?

First you need to wash your hair like you normally do but don’t blow dry it, just use your towel. Then massage your scalp with the sea salt for fifteen minutes or more. Once you’re done rinse your hair again. And you’re done.

Do this two times a week and soon you’ll notice your hair getting thicker and growing faster. It’s going to be silkier and dandruff free as well. It yields amazing results.

Maybe you’re wondering how is sea salt beneficial for hair growth. But the answer is really simple; it has a number of medicinal properties and has been used for a number of ailments for centuries. It contains more than 80 essential nutrients and minerals which are excellent for skin and hair care, including potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, chloride, bromide, copper, zinc, and iron. It also moisturizes your hair, rejuvenates and revitalizes it. You also exfoliate the scalp when you massage it and remove the dead skin cells. Sea salt stimulates blood circulation, regenerates the scalp and tones the tissues.

Try this treatment out and you’ll be amazed by the results.


Source: mrhealthylife

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    Has anyone actually tried this?? Does it really work?? It makes a lot of sense, but my skeptical side is saying,”It’s just too easy”. If it’s seems too good to be true, then it probably is. But sea salt is pretty cheap, so my husband will try it. If it works, I’ll post it here.

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